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Call for Contributions to a new SRHE/Routledge Book Publication


Investigating Higher Education: A critical review of Research Contributions

The Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) was formed as a learned society in 1965, supporting a community of researchers focusing on higher education. In 2015 the Society will be looking back on 50 years of research and looking forward to the future. This presents a great opportunity to take stock of achievements across the field of higher education research.

To mark this milestone anniversary an edited contemporary volume of new contributions is to be published for the SRHE/Routledge book series.

The Book series editors will edit this volume and are now issuing an open call for chapter contributions.


Approach and Time Frame

1 June 2014: Open call for contributions

14 July 2014: 500 word proposals to be submitted to editors (see emails below)

18 August 2014: Outcomes of peer review communicated to potential authors

15 December 2014: Draft chapters due

27 February 2015: Final chapters due

December 2015: Book to be launched at SRHE conference


Please contact the editors via email with expressions of interest or if you wish to discuss your potential contribution ( &

We warmly invite contributions to this volume from all authors with an interest in the field of higher education research.

Helen Perkins
Director, SRHE



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